After releasing his first album 'The Universal Language' in 2015, Luke Welch will be returning to the studio
later this year to make his second full-length recording.
'The Universal Language', with sales in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Canada, and New Zealand, features works by a variety of composers - including Schumann,
Schubert, Chopin, and Oskar Morawetz.
In contrast, however, will be a themed second album: Domenico Scarlatti. These keyboard works are a collection of 555 pieces which demand the
highest technical and musical abilities of the performer. A collection of these pieces will be recorded in autumn 2016, and set to be released by Christmas. Stay tuned for more
details coming soon!